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starts dropping hints about running for president no matter what hillary clinton does and gets a warm welcome from the media. >>> for vice president? say thank you. >> oh, i'd love that. >> but is there enough skepticism about biden? he will be 74 at election time and is it fair for pundit toes point out that hillary will turn 69 just before the election? stephen colbert makes fun of me for daring to raise the question. >> i know it's rude to talk about a woman's age, but that's not what i am doing. i am talking about people talking about other people talking about other people talking about a woman's age. that's called journalism. >> nice try, stephen. i'll respond to the libale by this comedian. >>> did he shoot himself in the foot? >>> plus, the latest on how the military is covering media showdown between russia and the ukraine. i'm howard kurtz, and this is media buzz. we'll get to the tense situation in ukraine in a few moments. the vice president of the united states hits the television circuit this week and the inevitable 2016 questions were asked. >> you've been very open abo
freedom bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. online fox news.com. >>> this weekend hollywood's biggest names are going to gather for the academy awards. so we sent correspondent ryan reese to the red carpet for a preview. what's going on in hollywood? >> there's electricity in the air as celebritities and political assembled. >> what are political figures do there? >> they're here for movies like frozen, a documentary about the obamacare website. >> i enjoyed the movie "gravity." i wonder if you think that movie will win any of the awards this time? >> i was disappointed with "gravity." i heard it was about a woman lost in space and i was hoping it was nancy pelosi. >> i'm going to leave that one alone. let me ask you this, ryan, what is it that everybody is buzzing about out there? >> governor, there's some really ex traf gent set designs. take a look. >> wow, that looks like a scene maybe from
clinton. he won 43 percent of the vote because of the third-party candidate of ross perot. clinton 1986 did not get over 50 percent come the 2000 george to be bush gets in without even winning a majority then 2004 the second bush term peaveys office said in 2007 had the worst gallup approval numbers since truman. obama 2008. 2012 obama is the first president in history the first democrat since lbj to get over 50 percent but 2012 he was elected with less popular votes than electoral college votes. reagan won 49 added 50 states obama had 26. but they are majority. looking at the map of counties under reagan was the sea of red under obama still a sea of red. speaking of obama, there was a pulled the in 2013 after the 20,132nd inaugural that asked americans if ronald reagan were to run today against barack obama who food you vote for? reagin. 58%. right after his election here is what is really fascinating who elected it was the use felt they would ask pate -- people who would you vote for? they would pick ronald reagan. . . to put in whichever name they wanted. who is the greatest american
with the president without calling had imnames. >> okay. this is a -- cluck just said he did call bill clinton a sexual predator but aside from that. >> he wasn't calling names that day. that's different. >> it's interesting positioning. >> it is interesting positioning, but he's fighting again, talking about rear guard action. he's fighting a party -- you asked marco rubio himself. the reason he may not be a serious contender is because he's alienated a right wing base on a matter of immense political concern for the future of the republican party, bringing in hispanic voters. i mean, obviously if you're a gay or lesbian person in america and looking at what happened in arizona, you're thinking maybe that party is not the one for me. i mean, serially they're alienating different constituencies and certainly alienating younger people who have much different at that timitudes towards it. one small -- i wasn't going to call it a suicide mission. it seems like a suicide mission if you're trying to be a national party. the one small intervention is you know, in the '50s and '60s, a lot of people u
, less than president clinton and others, but he's the first president to say the reason i'm doing this is to go around congress and constitution, how can the supreme court stomach of a president saying that and then carry out -- >> ultimately, if the challenge goes up there, the u.s. supreme court is going to say, there's checks and balances of power. you have the judiciary, legislative and executive branches. >> the word you started out with, ultimate, meaning ultimately that's what will happen with the sreme court. ultimately it's going o take a loft time. >> even if we call for an expedited process. i love that word. >> expedited process. >> that doesn't happen in the judiciary. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> former goldn sachs trader and fraudster has a new job, will be teaching at the university of chicago this spring, congratulations, university of chicago. >>> up next, a controversial but blockbuster new film "son of god." sold nearly 500,000 tickets, sold nearly 500,000 tickets, it's not even been released in the new new york, we don't back down. sold nearly 500,000 tick
the clinton and monica lewinsky scandal and o'reilly can did with this audience was outraged and he said thatdrama of the story and to aspire the style i described them in the book as almost like an irish street cop to please her in on what the issue is. so i think that is a testament to the power center and he has the numbers he has the highest rated show and i it is the lincf the prime time lineup. and ailes jokes that o'reilly uses the show to sell his books and promote himself, but it's because ailes has a respect that o'reilly is a self-made man. >> host: o'reilly has come out in ways that you are describing on immigration and on gun control. you're saying because he is powerful -- >> guest: there are a factor of viewers. they have some exception. they are in lockstep with what they want and it's interesting to note the programming deputy and it's that line between sean hannity where he can get what he wants on the air through hanni hannity. >> host: let's come back to a couple things about the election. there is a famous moment where karl rove's who's been on fox is raising money a
department of defense asset, i have my suspicions which is secretary clinton totally on the stand down. >> but the "washington post" fact checker cited that bipartisan report you had, that there were no stand down orders and also no evidence that clinton ever spoke to leon panetta, then defense secretary. and for the second time, they gave you four pi nokias which is their highest level of falsehood. how do you respond to that? >> well, first of all, first one was for quoting something that was in somebody else's report believing that it was true. which is an mush way to get four pi nokios. but in this case, the secretary of state was responsible for this normalization policy that existed in benghazi. witnesses have told thaws they asked for help. the president himself i implied that he told leon panetta then secretary of defense to use what efforts they could and what we know for a fact is not one aircraft, not one rescue of d.o.d. was launched to get there in that 8 1/2 hours. >> but to be honest, you do not have any evidence that secretary clinton told leon panetta to stand down. >>
and offramp -- president clinton and offramp -- they are offering president putin an offramp. john kerry in his tour on sunday talk shows mentioning and highlighting there will be more pain to come unless he backs down. that will lose the glow came out of the olympics. g8 if not remain in the this continues. american business may pull back. there may be a further total of the ruble. a jesus christ day. -- a very bad day. then there is the offramp, the motivation to president clinton paragraph -- mind usedis the pretexts he has so far during this action. maybe he will back down. he did not close the door on seniorcording to officials. >> i went i -- i read one disturbing detail. chancellor angela merkel said to obama that putin is out of reality. >> i think he is rational. a zero-sum world, which most of the rest of the world has moved on from. i do not think any of the measures peter just laid out will move him. i do not see an effective course. he cares more about it than we do by a lot. historically, these economic -- half i do not see the european union agreed to embargo 30% of their
important. i think the secretary clinton, , both of saidy this war will not end until there's some way to see if reconciliation is possible. there is a second principle as well, which is, i always felt in -- inme ahead district the time had this responsibility, this idea that if you favor reconciliation is another reason to be in favor of . it is a verya important reason to be in favor of can you -- of continued support for afghan national security forces. are watching carefully how we work our way through these next few months to decide if there'd -- if there will be any pressure. the effect of the military is still really important. the third point seems to me that as you look back, it makes you isnk about it very carefully the end conditions. what is this reconciliation all about? that is about an afghanistan that lives with the rule of law and an afghanistan that supports the rights and responsibilities for all citizens, but particularly women. i think the questions of reconciliation are sure high on the administration's agenda, but the principles remain the same. you asked me to t
as a treasury department during the clinton administration. >>> new this morning, forbes manage has the magazine with richest people in the planet and this year more women than ever. the wealthiest person in the world, this honor goes, again, to microsoft co-founder, bill gates with a worth of $76 billion. according to "forbes" magazine there are 42 new female billionaires, including wal-mart heiress the richest worth $36 billion fortune. and number three is another walton family member, ellis worth $34.3 billion. >> parents who use a sleep noise machine to help their baby fall asleep could be doing more harm than good. researchers at the university of toronto say infant sleep machines can reach volumes that can lead to noise induced hearing loss with many machines competing the recommended 50 decibels at the close of distance. researchers say they are concerned because there is limited or no instructions for safe use. >> meteorologist, mike nicco, is ahead with the forecast. >> good morning, again, from the roof. it is very dry but gray looking behind me. you go up 3,000 feet and there is a lay
at the beginning of the clinton administration about how to deal with what was perceived as a relatively small recession, but nonetheless a recession, what to do. there were those who wanted to spend their way out, and others said no, let's have budgetary restraint. that will be better for the economy, that will keep interest rates down, it will tend to restrain inflationary pressures, and, in the long run, we'll be better off. and that was, i think fortunately, the approach that was adopted. and lo and behold, the economy did so well that we got some productivity increases, that revenues increased faster than expected, budget expenditures were held down, and for the first time in decades, we had budgetary surpluses. schoumacher: there was no inflation when it came to goods and services, t the was a sharp rise was this a problem?ocks. rivlin alan greenspan coid the term "irrional exubance," meaning that pple were buying stocks swe now know, of course, would cthat ty dn't. up and up. schoumacher: e fed played a key role in holding down inflatio in t 1990s, but after thteoratcks the opened the m
this story about monuments clinton needs to be told and why i have been so excited to share it with everybody because it is a story that is near and dear to all our hearts. his book is an interesting book but there is a lot to the story. not with looting of works of art but the damage is done with the appearance of the united states, with people around the world seems that we didn't care about these cultural treasures, some even accuse us of not caring because they were not judeo-christian in nature which was nonsense. wasn't a priority target it should have been because we didn't know about the legacy we inherited from world war ii. >> host: i know this isn't your area of expertise the we're coming upon hundred anniversary of world war i. was there any effort or wide scale looting in world war i? >> guest: there was certainly damage to cultural treasures and i right about that in saving it lee because the monument fine arts and archive section was not the first time this ever been done. actually another of the paradoxes, the first formalized effort to protect works of art was a german effort
clinton as a glamorous figure, and we can talk about that more. i think of him as a charismatic figure, a highly charismatic figure, and that is different, but, yes, i would say there is a lot of glamour going on, and first of all, he has got sunglasses on, and sunglasses is one of the best way. >> why? >> well, it is mostly because they create mystery. you are not completely hidden. you can still see your face, but there is that sort of mystery and distance, and we talk about jackie and her sunglasses, and he is very graceful. and the other thing which is nowadays hard to remember is how young he seem in 1992 in a positive way. he did not seem young as in not ready for president. i read never talking to my sister-in-law who was a big fan of the clinton-gore team, and it was great to vote for them because you felt the young people had arrived, and this moment has that kind of -- oh, would it not be great if the president were in sync with popular culture, and i think particularly for a younger audience, the idea that he did this was very glamorous. >> recently, we did a series on all t
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nixon, george h.w. bush, bill clinton. he wrote an impressive, picture- laden book, "the president's table." and was invited to the finest anchor desks in town. >> barry h. landau is presidential historian... >> the story of the ultimate inauguration collector... >> simon: but when we met up with him in june, 2012, he no longer wanted to tell his story. he'd been convicted of the single largest theft of historic artifacts in the united states. he stole thousands of items, including hundreds of documents, signed by some of the most famous names in history-- george washington, thomas jefferson, francis scott key, marie antoinette, and voltaire. he'd pilfered them from museums and libraries all over the country. u.s. attorney rod rosenstein was in charge of the prosecution. he was a con man? >> rod rosenstein: barry landau was a con artist. and he used his reputation as a presidential historian in order to gain the confidence of museums and other people who had custody of important documents. and then he stole them. >> simon: it was a reputation, it turns out, that was the product of
a member of the g-8 since the days when yeltsin and bill clinton were first negotiating that entrance. that is not just canceling a g-8 meeting. what he was talking about was kicking russia out of the g-8 because it's not a democracy if it invades another country. >> well, there's a number of problems with that. first of all, there are some reports the europeans as are often the case may not be as willing to be as hard line on these things as the united states is and keeping that economic coalition together will be a challenge. second, we know putin has a lot of give and leeway in the short term. anybody can spend that much on the olympics has access to the ability to paper over any short term economic hit he takes. and third, of course, the guy plays to nationalism, by kicking him out of the g-9 or putting economic limits on travel and banking and other things, the more he's going to initially feel like that's an advantage for him to rally support. long-term those things are effective. short term they may make him think twice but i don't think they change his behavior which is more a
. >> i have my suspicions, which is secretary clinton told them to stand down. and we all heard about the military border for two military personnel that order is undeniable. >> that order is undeniable. actually, it's completely deniable. because it didn't happen. "the washington post" fact checker gave that claim four pinocchios, and a republican report from the house armed services committee said, quote, there was no stand-down order issued to u.s. military personnel. so now congressman issa has some explaining to do. and he is not doing it very well. >> but to be honest, you do not have any evidence that secretary clinton told leon panetta to stand down. >> well, the use in answering questions in a political fundraiser, that was in response to a question, the term "stand-down" is not used in some sort of an explicit way, but rather the failure to react. >> so the stand-down order wasn't explicit? meaning it was never actually an order at all? meaning it never happened? interesting. let's watch issa dig himself into that hole a little deeper. >> not maybe on the technical terms of
topics like the former first lady's first overhaul of the healthcare system and the clinton's response to the administration expected to be answered in the next coming weeks. >>> and the proposed pipeline would carry 8:30,000 barrels of oil a day from canada to the gulf coast it will increase carbon pollution, but opponents disagree, saying it would bring jobs. >>> and we'll had hear from residents who not so happy about this new proposal and an early morning house fire ripped through a san leandro house, why this isn't the first time they've been to this location. >> and showing some rain in san lorenzo. i'll have the details coming up. > and welcome back. this was the scene a little earlier this afternoon, slick, drab, and some drizzle but nothing like the big storm they're bracing for back east. >> that is a huge storm back east. snow and ice. we don't have to deal with that at least here in the bay area. we do have some raven on the way for tomorrow -- rain on the way tomorrow. things beginning to quiet down after a pretty soggy day. here's storm tracker 4. showers or sprinkles, re
.c. including buoy and clinton and fairfax, six to ten inches and up towards the north. frederick around the six-inch mark and haserstown and three to six inch mark. you're not going to see the most of this. the biggest areas will be down to the south. wood bridge, waldorf, hunting town, you could see six to ten inches and some a foot, maybe more as far as that is concerned, maybe upwards of 12 to 14isms if it gets going and we could see thundersnow out of this. this is a dynamic system that will continue to move in across the region. the winter storm impact, six to ten inches, high impact. we got that at 60%. 10 to 12 for some of you and 20% chance of that and 20% chance the numbers could come down but holding firm at the six to ten inch mark. across the area, 28 for a temperature tomorrow. temperatures will fall rapidly into the teens by 3:00, 4:00. this is cold air. most of you will be near zero early tuesday morning with a high of 27. 36 on wednesday. we start to break out of it a bit wednesday and another chance of rain, possible big storm here as temperatures move into the 50s. right now t
are not interested in that sanctions. their economies are too tightly tied into each other. told aident clinton closed nato summit back in 2008 that the military alliance was threatening ukraine's very existence by according it as a member. the warning signs have been there all along, so why was the international community caught asleep at the switch? upit said it would not put with western meddling in their tories it deemed critical to its own integrity. united states some wording -- started supporting groups in the green. -- in ukraine. it has wrapped up its obligations in other parts of the world, and it has a freer hand at this time,. ,. . i have about 30 seconds, what is the starting port -- point for a dialogue at this point? >> the starting point for dialogue is going to have to be directly between the west, specifically the european states, with russia. russia at this time does not seem interested in a dialogue with united states even though there is an open line of communication. it is looking at the united states is more of a threat while the european states can be more long as itr, a
. shapiro has served in many roles in the white house starting when she worked in the clinton white house as special assistant and counselor to the president for southern european -- southeastern european stabilization and reconstruction. she's also served at the national security council developing and coordinating economic security policies. previously, she was of a member of secretary of state's policy planning staff and worked in the office of the legal adviser where she helped negotiate the dayton peace accords that ended the war in bosnia. jeff shatt is a senior fellow at the peterson institute for international economics. mr. shatt joined the peterson institute in 1983 and is a senior fellow working on international trade policy and economic sanctions. during his tenure at the institute, shatt was also a visiting lecturer at princeton university and georgetown university. he was a senior associate at the carnegie endowment for international peace, and prior to joining peterson, jeff was an official at the u.s. treasury department from 1974 to 1982. in international trade and energy
has no magic stick that can do well. as it can change other things in the fact that clinton to obama will try to impose the neo to make other steps than too low. to all of the canoe beef and declarations but the real change in the field to the peace agreement that they keep saying possible today and maybe in the next if you use their announcements by sides can agree to continue the stewards until the end of the ca eleven notes form officials are hopeful. in the first and foremost the israeli side this is just not the right time to reach an agreement of this magnitude and importance. oh with the palestinians arabs and often the palestinian side no there isn't anyone were really there that appears serious and seriously interested in discussing any final settlement with the israelis. this new audit will save lives. the us will take the toughest on what iran sneak in a program which israel claims christmas that year saying he has previously described christian us on the county as a wolf in sheep's clothing. this week but scary in its neon who can speak in one sentence i write is really a
of the clintons. worked on hillary's campaign, and failed campaign in 2008. he was brought on at microsoft to help a strategy which is the rock term that can mean anything. he is best known for do not get led campaign. >> does he have what it takes to refocus microsoft's business strategy? >> it has been important to microsoft. how to market and tell the message. you could see this in the shakeup that this is something they really wanted to get right and do it the way that satya nadella want it done. >> some of the biggest names we have become familiar are on the chopping block. of some of thenk big departures? >> it seems pretty evident it is linked to the whole services. he was one of the finalists. he was a big name. he was a longtime cisco executive eric he was a ceo of skype. -- cisco executive. he was a ceo of skype. be something else. regardless, if he is someone that you were considering as a ceo and he is leaving the company, that has to be considered a significant loss. ,> i know this is somewhere in tammy, that you have interviewed really recently. >> she was one of the people that had
secretary clinton go out with a reset butt button. they've had all these gestures. if you were putin wouldn't you take from all that that there's a pretty high level of willingness on the part of the obama administration to give you a pass if you do a few small thing, like say take crimea? >> i think the real thing is and the president was correct, this is not the cold war where it's a zero sum game. during the cold war we allied ourselves with very unsavory characters because we did not want the soviet union to get ahead. that's the point. it's not a zero sum game. there are things we could work on. for example, had you not had what everybody criticized, you would have never gotten the russians to help support those sanctions against iran. they're not a geopolitical foe. they're a declining power. this is going to make them weaker because there are going to be a lot of people in ukraine who might have worked with them, but after this they're not going to do it. interesting if you take a look, they control two parts of georgia, but the others are trying to move toward nato. and that's what
document 1994, heads of state summit, president clinton was there. ukraine is a partner as is russia. in that document it says that that nation, ukraine, can come to the north atlantic council of nato if their territory integrity is threatened, their security is threatened, it can come and say, we would like to bring our attention. >> would nato come to the defense of ukraine? >> i think if the u.s. would invoke that to the north atlantic council because that is part of the agreement, i think that the united actions by nato could have an effect to deter what russia may or may not do with troops. >> but they have to agree. you've got to get germany, you've got to get all of the nato allies on board. they have been hesitant to act. >> many of them are very concerned that this is a portend of the future. look, there are ethnic russians in estonia and a western outpost in europe. this can have an effect, i think, if action isn't taken not just military, political, diplomatic, economic. >> i'm going to show our viewers new video just coming in. these are russian troops. they are fully ope
become perhaps the most experienced diplomatic troubleshooter in the u.s. government. he was the clinton and george w. specialinistrations' envoy for afghanistan, kosovo, bosnia, haiti and somalia. spots, he hit them all. him in thes involved withdrawal of u.s. forces from somalia, the american-led in turn mention -- intervention in haiti, the stabilization of bosnia and the nato intervention in cozumel. he is truly a man for all seasons and a good friend. after september 11, 2001, ambassador dobbins was appointed as the bush administration's representative to the afghan opposition with the task of putting together a broadly-based successor to the ousted taliban regime. he represented the united states at the bonn conference to establish the new afghan government. on december 16, 2001, he raised the flag over the newly reopened u.s. embassy in kabul. i can't think of a better person to be entrusted with guiding u.s. policy through the challenges and opportunities of the political insecurity transition and afghanistan. ambassador dobbins. [applause] >> thank you very much, steve. thanks t
. the initial g-7 suddenly became the g-8 back in the late 90s or the mid-90s when president clinton decided to offer that sort of as a good will gesture to then president yeltsin. at the time, russia was basically on the u.s. side. the soviet union had collapsed. it all sort of happened rather pie peacefully. all these new laws and republics became independent. what's happened since, there have been periods of cooperation between russia and the west and periods of real tension and cooperation. we are going through one of those now. the second presidency of vladimir putin has marked a dramatic escalation tension between russia and the united states, between russia and the west. the fact of the matter is when it comes to the g-8 russia is not a democracy. president putin has consolidated power to an extent that basically gives no room for any legitimate opposition, the press are rounded up and put in jail at any drop of the how the. right now, alexi nuvoni, one of the senior liberal politicians in russia, right after the sochi game, when vladimir putin was putting on this fantastic show for t
was the posture that president obama and then secretary clinton, the former secretary of state, presented to the world, which i think a lot of critics have said wasn't really an actual foreign policy so much as a suggestion to the global community that, hey, we're not our predecessors anymore. and that played well here in the united states. i think that was resonant for a lot of americans who were tired of war after many years of warfare post 9/11. that's good political politics, or political discussions here in the u.s. >> hold on for a minute, guy. we're going to go to the president speaking about ukraine. >> what leverage do you believe you have over president putin at this point, and is the u.s. concern primarily about getting russian forces out of crimea, or are you also concerned about russian forces moving into parts of eastern ukraine? >> all of the above. i spent the weekend talking to leaders across europe, and i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty, ukraine's territorial integrity, that they're
overseeing advertising and former clinton aid becomes new @hief strategy officer. >>> they ever blaming hackers for stealing 850,000 bitcoins worth $550 million. mt. gox ceo said in a website statement there was a high probability that theft was behind the loss and the company is looking to a criminal complaint. that is the latest from the fox business, giving you the power to prosper. cheryl: wall street may be selling off on the news coming out of the ukraine but is main street paying any attention to this? charlie gasparino has that side of the story. >> i think main street people are paying attention to it but has main street investors, are they bailing out of their stocks? is this representative of the selloff, i think it was almost 200 points at the high? is this representative of retail getting out of the market? i tell you we've been calling down to some of the big trading desks. no, it is not. this is a traders trading off the headlines. from what i understand main street investors are pretty much standing pat right now. now will they stand pat through this crisis? who knows. i
. that is the first thing that ralph nader ever said that i agree with. one more and jim clinton takes credit for surplus. he people forget it was the republicans who control the house and the senate. basically i like alternators idea. >> yes, we have been talking about this. so what about political monopolies, we have the same politicians who have taxes for funding, time and again come back into office. we have talked about this since the nixon administration. they have been around since the reagan and the nation. so why is there a political monopoly and where is the third independent party voice. we don't have that yet in the united states and it's costing us. >> what why do they all have to be politicians? what is wrong with going out out of that one. neil: in the meantime, finally a crazy tweet from one of our followers. my older sister regina told me when i was little, i was six or seven years old, and they punched a 12-year-old in the days and he was booing her. >> yes, i read tweet. i had no idea i did this. it was on my stuff, it had been bullying her and pulling her hair for quite so
, hillary clinton. >> marco rubio is on the program in a few minutes saying it's time for the administration to publicly acknowledge the reset with russia is dead. do you acknowledge that? >> well, i don't know what you mean by the reset. >> the reset -- >> i know, but long ago, we entered into a different phase with russia. i don't think this is a moment to be proclaiming one thing other the other. we had difficulties with russia with respect to difficult issues and even as we had, we managed to do the start treaty. they cooperated on afghanistan, on iran. this is, you know, not a zero sum dead alive. it's a question of differences. >> just quickly want to play john kerry from 2012 at the democratic convention. >> he's even blurted out the preposterous notion that russia is our number one geopolitical foe. folks, sarah palin said she could see russia from alaska. mitt romney talks about he's only seen russia by watching rocky iv. >> okay, george. >> john kerry says people don't understand that we've moved on, and they're stuck in a cold war paradigm, and then he says what we're really doing
remains extremely important. i think i secretary clinton, secretary kerry, the president of the training has had on so many occasions that this will not in military. there ought to be some way for reconciliation to be possible. the second principle as well, which is i always felt in the time i had this responsibility, and this kind of diplomacy has got to be backed by force. it isn't necessarily backed by american force but this, idea if you're in gave of reconciliation is another reason to be in favor of a sign to be bsa. another favor for american forces and international forces and it's a very important reason to be in favor of continued support for afghan national security forces it seems to me that taliban is watching very carefully how we work our way through these next few months to decide whether be any pressure on them to make this step toward reconciliation so the effect of the military effort, international and afghan, still is really important third point seems to me on reconciliation as you look back and circling makes you think about it very carefully and watching the film
barack obama pledged to president clinton and has sent secretary of state john today.o kiev >> a brazen act of aggression in violation of international law, in violation of the yuan charter, in violation of the helsinki final act, in violation of the 1997 ukraine-russia basing agreement, russia has engaged in military -- in a military act of aggression against another country. >> we are on the brink of a disaster. there was no any reason for the russian federation to invade ukraine. get reaction to all of this again. the commodity space is the most sensitive to all of this. obviously, the price of oil taking a hit. just put this into context, first and foremost. you don't see the currency being affected. the dollar is actually a little bit stronger. ofides that, we see a lot the contracts continuing to trade higher. us look at nymex, brent. at nymex, brent. that $1340 an ounce. that is what you have for nymex, 10 3.80. this is what you have for brand. dust about at the highest level so far. and let's look at gold. it has been a very good year. 11.5% from the start of this year. i also w
, and doug sho00, a pollster for bill clinton and a fox news contributor as well. good evening. thank you for being here. pat, you join us on remote, but you will not be left out of the conversation because i'm going to start with you and ask you, this is the latest foreign policy question for our president, who is already under fire for some say not having a policy, some saying being weak on foreign policy, and he's up against putin in this case, who is exerting extreme power and confidence. what does he do? >> well, what the president needs to do is get a backbone. the problem is exactly as we predicted on political insiders last week. and i don't think many people did. putin was going to go in and take over the crimea, at least part of the ukraine. and now i suspect, and i would like to hear doug, a real expert on it, but i think he's not stopped. the problem is no one believes the president, and i think vladimir putin has taken his measure of barack obama and is decided what he sees is another neville chamberlain. this is not the way you behave in the 21st century. no, this is the 20t
strategy officer. he is a former political strategist to work on the hillary clinton presidential bid. skype is also with microsoft. american express debuts its first no see credit card. -fee credit card. they want to broaden its customer base. we have breaking news out oftyco. unitll sell itself korean for 1.93 billion units. to get the week started and there will be a financial effect. it will revise its eps forecast because of this deal. it now sees second-quarter earnings per share when you back out some items, or 89-40 one cents per share on the deal. >> did you sleep last night? >> barely. and 15 minutesur of the oscars and i learned the hard way that you don't watch the oscars with the twitter feed. outking of which, it turns that a lot of the pre-oscar buzz was on the money when it came to the big acting awards. slave" won best picture. brad pitt was one of the producers of the film. earlier in the evening, best supporting actor was taken from the same movie. it also won for best adapted screenplay. one the most oscars of the night including that director. >> who are you weari
an executive performance over the new ceo. he has but a former advisor to hillary clinton, mark penn, and the role of chief strategy officer. mark bates leaving. another executive leaving. back in two minutes. ♪ >> live, from bloomberg headquarters in new york, this the airt makers" chapter in stephanie role. >> welcome back. a lot of talk about retail. the golden boy of retail. i want to bring in christina a less cheap. everyone talks about mickey drexler and how bad he is. -- how valuable he is. clearly more valuable since he is being eyed by a chinese retailer. >> the private equity owns j crew. they want to sell. they want to take money off the table. they want to go public. over the course of the discussions, a very interested party emerged. because they know they want to get out, they have decided to enter into formal talks. deal.way away from a it makes a lot of sense. they want to expand. impression. they think j.crew can help them get there. >> makes a lot of sense. when i see him as the golden boy, you cannot find someone. can he name his price? >> what is really unique a
it will be more democrats, knowing democratic voters, hillary clinton at the top of the ticket, the shutdown, it got you a few candidates you didn't think you would get because of the environment change in that small period of time. but have you found that you still are struggling getting some people off the fence because they'd rather run in a presidential year? >> no, not at all. in fact, you went through the list. what unifies these top-tier candidates right now is the fact that they are problem solvers. you know, we didn't have to recruit many of them. they recruited themselves because they'd had it with the shutdowns, with republican recklessness and irresponsibility. they are problem solvers in battleground districts. this is our initial rollout. there will be more. we'll have a very competitive battlefield as we go into -- deeper into the cycle. >> you know rkt since november 1, i want to point something out to you, and you can't help but wonder for someone like me, this to me is one of the telltale signs. dingell, miller, waxman, maran, mccarthy, with nine or more terms behind them,
, and president obama took office in 2009 and secretary of state hillary clinton wanted to reset relations with russia and putin. >> how did that go? >> how is that working out? >> not really working out well. and i think, as we all know -- and the challenge for this president now is to lead to lea it's -- putin doesn't care, honestly, if he's getting thrown out of the g-8. but the question is, what can we do in terms of these sanctions. as senator mccain was talking about, what can you do to isolate russia economically, so that you revoke visas, you freeze assets. those are things that will have a huge economic impact, and that's the way that the united states can retaliate at this point. but the president needs to spend his time convincing our allies and that's the problem he's got on his hands right now. >> got to get the allies on the same page. not easy. gloria, thanks very much. >>> coming up, investors getting their first chance to react after this crisis in ukraine exploded over the weekend. strong reaction from markets on wall street and around the world. up next, an exclusive int
didn't do it when he won in '76. bill clinton didn't do it when he won in '92, and while white male voters supported obama's candidacy in 2008, that number fell in 2012. let's bring in our strategists, the grio.com contributor and political analyst zerlina maxwell and suzanne del percio. good to see both of you. we talked about this ad nauseam, democrats made great strides with women voters and nonwhite groups. what happened, zerlina, to working class white men, and can they fix it? >> they can fix it, but it's really why white men are very important, because the makeup of that electorate is very different from a presidential election year, so like you said, you know, democrats haven't won the white male vote in those presidential election years, but in 5 of 6 of the past presidential elections when they didn't win the male vote, they won the election, so the midterm electorate is very, very different. i think democrats can push the minimum wage. i think they can make these issues that generally get framed under women's issues, family issues, american issues, and that will help. >>
acting in a way, very, very rapidly. it reminds me, remember, when bill clinton said wait a minute, i have to wonder what a bunch of bond guys think about my health care plan? maybe one of those similar moments. we have to wait and see. joe in. >> all right, michelle. it affects his people, not him as much. he'll still be worth $100 billion. that's a very good question to bring up. we'll get back out now to becky. we can continue to talk to warren about ukraine or -- what was last night? i didn't see anything. did you get to watch? how did tina fey and oamy poehlr do? >> it was ellen last night. i didn't watch either but i think it was ellen. >> oh, okay. tina fey and amy poehler were not that -- it was ellen? i love ellen. i didn't know that. i was at a hockey -- >> it was a late night. i was busy getting ready for this. >> ellen degeneres? i feel silly. i feel -- wow. that's embarrassing. >> i'm really glad i read the story this morning so i knew that you were pulling my leg on this, because it may have gone over my head pretty easily. oh, yeah, they were fantastic. i thought they w
. then we had to re-pass it again three years later. then it was signed by president clinton and became law. enacted 20 years ago. the one thing i want to do is encourage everybody in the future that is working on this important issue -- it is important. to include all sales and background checks. you have just heard the reason why. several examples of it -- the internet and gun shows. i want to encourage everybody that just because there's a public outcry does not mean that we are going to get a bill passed. it takes work and it takes time. it takes persistence. with that, we will win again. i have no doubt whatsoever. it will be a proud day and i want come back over here the day passes. i promise i will not leave until then. [applause] jim wanted me to give everybody a big hello. he is sorry he could not be here today. it is a little hard for him to travel anymore. for those of you who helped us, thank you so very much. for those of you on the brady staff, the president and everybody else who is working on it now, i see they have got -- we're going to win and finish the job. thank you. [a
to school together. he was democrat of operative with clinton. so this guy to move up is to say, wait a second, i'm sure say some say is it business as usual? a guy who devised how people think about microsoft moves higher, not lower? to me sounds like maybe the change to misquote sam koch is not going to to come. >> nicely done. tesla today? >> jpmorgan we see this over and over again, the stock is overrun, using a metaphor there, jpmorgan raises price market. using 20/20 volume numbers, 20/20 foresight. instead of making 228,000, they'll make 288,000. i point out the ease which they raised $2 billion. >> one of the largest raises in quite some time. >> amazing. >> it is amazing. 1.25% on 7-year, not like they're pay you a lot of money, and up 40% on the conversion. >> this is -- i found this flabbergasting. i've got to tell you, i didn't give every single award on my friday show "mad money" to elon mu musk. i thought warren buffett would say, who's the next billionaire, i thought he might say musk. >> tesla's not done. >> one thing, target, it's not 320. >> yeah. so many bears doing
constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a a minor elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that was our egg crime. a call this the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back good i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. i see what happened 2010, with two or is patriots standing up and fighting against the most radical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juices just aren't flowing. i get energized. these patriots were on the mark. in 2012, i decided to come back and run again. i believe, with all my heart, that this m
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